Senior Exercise Fitness
  • Tuesday September 16, 2014
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In the past it was often thought that getting older was a time to slow down and take it easy. Thanks to medical research, we now know that staying active throughout our senior years not only delays the ageing process but also significantly improves our wellbeing and quality of life. In fact, many of the health problems associated with older age such as heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, arthritis and joint problems are in many cases, simply the result of leading a more sedentary lifestyle.

For those seniors who are relatively new to fitness or who may already have existing health problems, it is essential to not only select the correct exercises but to also get proper instruction and monitoring from a qualified and experienced professional. For many seniors looking to get active, the gym can seem a rather daunting environment in which to exercise. That's why our experienced and highly qualified senior fitness personal trainers will always come to you, offering you one-to-one bespoke fitness in the comfort and privacy of your own home.

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Tiffany Rodriguez

December 23, 2015

I too agree with you. Specially for seniors too, it is must to be healthy and fit. My granny also have a simple workout which depends on it strength and the capacity of body. I would only suggest you that workout till you can but that only which you can bear. Just go through for the programme fitness which will be according to your strength and capability of doing so, from http://www.cellublue.com/fr/wonder_body_guide.php

Rudy

September 17, 2014

Nice as a senior it is very important to stay active. I myself workout 3-4 days per week either weights or swimming.

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